IPLT20 2021 News
IPLT20 2021 has not even started yet and Chennai Super Kings got their first shock. One of his players has withdrawn his name from the tournament. The player who left the field just before the start of the 14th season is named Josh Hazelwood. Yes, Dhoni’s enthusiasm is not going to be seen in IPLT20 2021. CSK has been duped by its Australian player at the last moment. Josh Hazlewood’s reason for withdrawing from the tournament is not only personal but also professional.
For Australian fast bowler Josh Heidelwood, playing the IPLT20 2021 is a more important domestic tournament Sheffield Shield. He does not want to play in the IPL to focus on his final match. Because of this, he has withdrawn his name from the 14th season of IPL.
Josh Heidelwood withdraws from IPL 2021, this is the reason
In a special conversation with Cricket Australia, Josh Hazlewood said, “He is withdrawing his name from the IPL. He still wants to focus on the final of the Sheffield Shield. ” Apart from this, he gave another reason for withdrawing from IPL 2021. He said, “It has been 10 months, living at different times in the bio bubble. In such a situation, I want to take a break from some cricket. And, I want to spend some time at home. I want to stay in Australia for the next 2 months at home. ” It is clear that the reason for withdrawing from IPLT20 2021 means not only professional but private too.
The 6 and a half feet bowler further said, “Next is the winter season of cricket, in which we have to take a long tour of the West Indies. After that there is a tour of Bangladesh. After that the T20 World Cup and then the Ashes. Meaning the next 12 months are going to be busy again. In such a situation, I want to give myself full opportunities to be mentally and physically prepared. So I decided to withdraw from IPLT20 2021. ” Two more Australian players, Josh Phillips and Mitchell Marsh, have withdrawn their names from IPL 2021, ahead of Josh Hazlewood.
Record to play 33 matches without being dismissed
Josh Hazlewood, who holds the record for playing the most 33 matches in ODIs without being dismissed, played the previous season of IPL for CSK. In IPL 2020, he took one wicket in 3 matches.